Eighty-seven thousand hopefuls applied for 104 affordable-housing apartments at 325 Kent Avenue, the first of the repurposed former Domino Sugar Factory buildings. [The Real Deal]

Grateful Dead cover band Ice Petal Flowers will perform a free show Thursday afternoon in Tompkins Square Park to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jerry Garcia & Co.’s first live set. [EV Grieve]

Two listening parties for Planetarium—the new album from Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly and others—will take place Monday evening at the Lower Eastside Girls Club. [Brooklyn Vegan]

The duo behind Bed-Stuy Mediterranean destination Hart’s plan to open Cervo’s late next week near the intersection of Canal and Ludlow Streets. [Grub Street]

Ginger & Lemongrass will fill Calexio’s recently vacated digs at 153 Rivington Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Following a spring closure amid a wage lawsuit, Austrian-Indian eatery Babju Ji reopened last night on E. 13th Street, a new address. [Eater NY]

Last week, Moustache—the Middle Eastern spot—shuttered its 10th Street outpost. [EV Grieve] On First Street, taco purveyor Esperanto Fonda met the same fate. [EV Grieve]

At 130 St. Mark’s Place, Tramonti recently replaced fellow Italian restaurant Via Della Pace. [Gothamist]

Bushwick’s all-pink Aussie cafe, Carthage Must Be Destroyed, prohibits photos. [Eater NY]